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Cheng Style Bagua Palm

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Cheng style Bagua Palm (Cheng Style Baguazhang)


Cheng Style Bagua is one of the most
influential and well known branches of the style, which was founded by Cheng
Ting Hua, one of the most senior students of Dong Hai Chuan. Cheng Ting Hua
came to Beijing as a child to learn how to repair glasses, and eventually
opened a glasses repair shop at Chong Wen Men, earning the nickname “Glasses
Cheng”. From a young age he learnt Chinese Wrestling, which played a big part
in the development of his style of Bagua.

Bagua focuses on open palm techniques, all
movements are derived from the stepping and from the body. The style integrates
both internal and external methods, and contains both hard and soft techniques.
The hands and waist both make circles, and power is generated in a screwing
motion. It’s said that the hands are like dragon’s claws, the steps are like
flowing water, changing direction is like a tornado; when the practitioner is
still, they appear like a mountain, when moving, they appear like a swimming
dragon.

The characteristics of Cheng style Bagua are
very similar to Dong Hai Chuan’s original Bagua. The fingers of the palm are
spread, creating a slight dip in the palm’s centre and a rounding of the back of
the hand, this is called the Dragon Claw Palm. Palm techniques include pushing,
lifting, carrying, leading, moving, grabbing, cleaving, colliding, pressing and
entering. Power generation integrates both hard and soft, sticking and adhering
to the opponent, twisting the body, focusing on waist power and using explosive
inch power. Some people call Bagua “rolling the palms techniques”. Stepping methods
emphasise walking as though sliding through mud. The stance should be low and
strong, and many kicks are hidden within other movements. As for fighting
strategy, the style emphasises entering indirectly; moving, sticking and
hitting. The movements should be practiced in a large frame, with large
openings and closings of the body, stretching the body into each movement. All
forms are based on eight main palm techniques: single changing palm, double
changing palm, parallel step palm, back facing palm, rotating palm, turning
palm, turning over palm and returning palm.


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